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Hexagon Blue Cement Encaustic Tiles

  • £174.99
  • £189.99
Total

 

Part of our collection of exquisite handmade encaustic tiles, these Hexagon Blue Cement Encaustic Tiles are exactly as described, not a replica and not a mass produced product. Each tile is hand moulded using cement and crushed marble and then painted using natural pigments.

The blue within the tile is completely unique to this tile and is repetitive within this tile to give a continuous and luxury finish. As these tiles are authentic encaustics tiles, they are suitable for all applications both walls and floors internally and externally and can be used with underfloor heating when properly installed.

Each tile has a matt finish offering an anti-slip R10 rating which is perfect for both residential and commercial uses.

The Hexagon Blue Cement Encaustic Tiles are hand made to a high specification with the design created using natural pigment technology to ensure a seamless finish. All of our tiles are priced per m2 and include VAT, to check your delivery charge simply add to cart and proceed to checkout. Orders over 10m2 are Free.

 

Order a cut sample to see it up close!

Recommendations for these tiles

  • Rapid Set Flexible Grey adhesive 1 x 20kg bag per 4m2
  • Require Sealing And Professional Installation
  • 1-4mm Grout Line
  • We Recommend using a white grout with these tiles

Specifications

 

Name Hexagon Blue Cement Encaustic Tiles
Made From Cement
Size 20cm Long x 20cm Wide
Depth 15mm
Colour Blue/White

Requires Sealing

Yes
Tiles Per M2 25
Rectified Edge N/A
Finish Matt
Suitable For Interior Use Yes
Suitable For Exterior Use Yes
Anti-Slip Rating R10
Suitable For Underfloor Heating Yes
Suitable For Floors Yes
Suitable For Walls Yes
Special Made To Order Item Yes Handmade
Weight Per m2 20-25kg
Delivery Speed (not including samples) **2-3 Days**

     

     

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